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16
Oct 2014
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The BAFTA website shares this fun news that Eddie will be part of an interview next Tuesday!

An Exclusive Interview with the Star of The Theory of Everything, Eddie Redmayne. Rajendra Roy, MoMA will be moderating the event on Wednesday, October 21, 2014 at the Standard, High Line.

Tony Award® winner Eddie Redmayne will be the featured guest at BAFTA New York’s next “In Conversation” that takes place on Wednesday, October 21, 2014 at The Standard, High Line. Redmayne, on-screen this fall in the Working Title production The Theory of Everything, will discuss his career in film, on stage and television, before a live audience on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at The Standard, High Line. Rajendra Roy, Chief Curator, Department of Film, MoMA, will moderate the intimate discussion. “In Conversation,” a series of live interviews with notable British actors, directors, screenwriters and producers, explores their career achievements and provides insight on what it takes to become and remain a distinguished artist. “In Conversation” is part of the “Standard Talks” program, a series of talks taking place across all Standard Hotels in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. British Airways is also the presenting sponsor of BAFTA New York’s signature initiative, “In Conversation.”

“I’m honored that BAFTA has invited me to be part of its ‘In Conversation’ series in the great city of New York,” said Eddie Redmayne. “I have a special affection for the creative community in NYC, which I was made to feel part of when I was welcomed to Broadway a few years ago. To now have the opportunity to return and engage in a dialogue about film and culture is something I am hugely looking forward to.”

“The response to In Conversation has been fantastic and we are delighted that Eddie Redmayne will share with us the inside story of what drives him to excellence on screen and on stage,” said Charles Tremayne, BAFTA New York Chairman. “This is what makes our series so unique – it ‘s not a promotion, it’s an immersion in the craft of acting, the essence of what BAFTA stands for.”

“I have known Eddie for many years and he has year-on-year been one of the very most exciting actors out there to watch,” said Luke Parker Bowles, Chairman of Film and Events, BAFTA New York. “I would have begged, borrowed and stolen to get him to do this, but fortunately he spared us such jail time and kindly agreed to let us honor him. And, it will truly be an event to remember.”

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This event is not open to the public.

13
Oct 2014
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Thanks to Claudia we have scans of Eddie in the new issue of Vanity Fair magazine!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > Theory Of Everything

09
Oct 2014
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Vanity Fair did a feature on Eddie and his fellow English actor Benedict Cumberbatch and the two biopics they are currently starring in. There are two new images of Eddie taken in London this fall!

This month, two biopics about two 20th-century British disrupters arrive on-screen, starring two dynamic actors who both happen to be Brits. The Theory of Everything features Eddie Redmayne (Les Misérables) as the physicist and author Stephen Hawking, renowned for his revolutionary work on black holes and the big-bang theory; it is based on the memoir of his first wife, Jane Hawking, played by Felicity Jones. The Imitation Game stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, Star Trek) as mathematician Alan Turing, who died by his own hand in 1954—two years after being prosecuted for his homosexuality—and is credited as the father of modern computing. The film takes place during World War II, when Turing—along with a team assembled by M.I.6, including Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley)—broke Germany’s seemingly impenetrable Enigma code, a crucial contribution to the Allied war effort.

These two thespians came up through the ranks together and are now poised to face off in a potential best-actor Oscar race. “We first met doing The Other Boleyn Girl, years ago, when we were two of various husbands for Scarlett Johansson,” says Redmayne, 32. “We have been old mates since then.” These days there seem to be an awful lot of British actors infiltrating American movie screens, but the two don’t feel any guilt over this. “I don’t think anyone’s taking over,” Cumberbatch, 38, says. “You have as many Americans working on movies in Britain as you do English actors working in America. It’s just a good time for all of us.”

01
Oct 2014
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I love the posters that have been coming out for Eddie’s new film The Theory of Everything. Plus we have some new stills!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > Theory Of Everything

01
Oct 2014
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25
Sep 2014
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An all new trailer for Jupiter Ascending … we get a lot more footage of Eddie’s character this time and I LOVE IT! I am getting so excited for this film and the opportunity to see Eddie play such a dark role!

23
Sep 2014
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As I shared earlier Eddie is featured in the fall issue of M magazine and I have added outtakes from the shoot to the gallery! I think this is such a great shoot!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2014 > 009

23
Sep 2014
Comments Off on ‘The Theory of Everything’ Star Eddie Redmayne Talks About Meeting Stephen Hawking and Why the Role Terrified Him
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Eddie did this interview with Thelma Adams for Yahoo Movies!

A lithe, red-haired Eddie Redmayne slips into the banquette in a restaurant in Toronto, takes one look at the table’s snack mix and pushes away the bowl. Shaking hands, he remembers that the last time we saw each other was in New York at a lunch for Les Misérables. We had discussed how he lied about his equestrian skills to get a role in Tom Hooper’s TV mini-series Elizabeth I, and his matriculation at Cambridge alongside Tom Hiddleston. That elite university was also where Redmayne first spied Stephen Hawking, the genius cosmologist and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) sufferer who Redmayne portrays in The Theory of Everything. The biopic delves into Hawking’s first marriage to wife Jane (Felicity Jones), as he suffers the effects of the neurodegenerative disorder that gradually robs him of muscle control. Redmayne and I spoke about meeting the real-life scientist, Redmayne’s terror at playing him onscreen, and the raves he’s earning at the Toronto International Film Festival for his immersive performance.

Had you known much about Hawking before you took the role?
I’d seen Stephen in his wheelchair from a distance at Cambridge. I’d studied history of art, and I just knew what I suppose most people know: the icon and the voice and something about black holes. Then I read this script and was embarrassed by how little I knew.

Did the role come easily to you?
There was a moment when I got the part where I felt a wonderful euphoria. It lasted about a second and a half. It’s been fear and trepidation ever since. The night before we started filming was the only night of my life that I did not sleep. It got to four in the morning, and I was being picked up at five, and I was like, ‘I haven’t slept. I can’t start this film without having had a minute’s sleep.’

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21
Sep 2014
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Here is another interview from the Toronto Film Festival with Eddie, Felicity & James.

Director James Marsh also reveals that Stephen’s voice plays a big part in his movie. “That felt like a real gift and it changed the film in real interesting way ,” says Marsh. “It deepened it somehow.”

20
Sep 2014
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Eddie is one of the stars featured in the new People magazine with shoots from Toronto.

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Eddie Redmayne Web > 2014 > September 29 | People



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